About this book
This edited collection provides a comprehensive examination of multidimensional poverty for a wide variety of economies and societies, with a general focus on multidimensional poverty in developed countries, where poverty is often overlooked. Arguing that income- and consumption-based poverty measures cannot provide a full picture of the presence and extent of poverty, the contributors suggest new ways to structure assessment indexes. Complementing the discussion of new rubrics, a series of single-country and comparative examples from Europe and the United States examine variation in multidimensional poverty incidence and the extent of deprivation. This combination of methodology and application will appeal to academics, researchers, and policymakers alike.
Multidimensional Poverty Index immigration national poverty line Correlation Sensitive Poverty Index developing countries financial crises poverty measurement financial crisis GDP gross domestic product poverty index well-being distributive justice country-specific measures Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe fixed effects Multiple Correspondence Analysis